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Baisoya Leads Indians into Top-10 at Yeangder TPC

Asian Tour
Posted by Admin 27 Sep 2022

Yeangder TPC has ended. This tournament was of USD 700,000 and was held at Linkou International Golf and Country Club. Australian Travis Smyth showcased the best swing and won his maiden title on the Asian Tour.



Three Indian players Honey Baisoya, Ajeetesh Sandhu and Rashid Khan were in top 10 all tied at T8th. Honey Baisoya, who is often known as an underrated player, has scored a flawless five-under 67 in the final round. His total score was 276 and he has won USD 15,166.67 in this tournament. A total of 5 times he has been in the top 10 in his career. 



Ajeetesh and Rashid won the same amount. Sandhu also fired a bogey-free 68. Rashid also scored 68 in the final round. Ajeetesh has been in the top 10 ,11 times in his career. Rashid Khan has been in the top 10 , 23 times in his career. Indian player Shiv Kapur led after the first round, where sandhu was in second place for two days.


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